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Educational Handouts

iTherapy in conjunction with the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) offer educational handouts to the public, parents and our community. The informational handouts have been created to reflect current health literacy principles. They are intended to be used as a tool to help professionals communicate more clearly with clients and their families about speech, language and swallowing disorders in a clear, reader-friendly manner.

Each handout gives background information on a specific topic, fast facts, tips, how to get help and stories or comments from other parents.

Each of the 38 handouts is intended to provide a starting point for conversations with parents, teachers, caregivers and other professional. They are not intended to be an exhaustive description of the topic or to replace face-to-face client counseling.

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Additional Handouts

Baby Signs and Your Child

Billingualism and Your Child

Brain Injury in Children

Cerebral Palsy: Speech, Language and Swallowing Issues

Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Down Syndrome: Speech, Language and Swallowing Issues

Cleft Lip or Palate

Early Intervention for Speech Language and Swallowing Problems

Feeding and Swallowing Problems in Children

Fragile X Syndrome and Your Child

Improving Communication in Children With Intellectual Disabilities

Getting Help When Your Toddler isn't Talking

Language Disorders in Children

Language Disorders in Teenagers

Response to Intervention (RTI)

Moving From Early Intervention to School Services

Learning Disabilities and School-Age Children

Speech and Language Services in the School

Service Delivery Models and SLPs in Shcools

Tongue Thrust: Swallowing and Speech Problems

Voice Problems and Your Child

What is the Difference Between Speech and Language

Your child's Speech and Language Evaluation

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